The Amalia Cascina in Langa wine estate will be present at the international ProWein event this year too, and it will be Paolo Boffa, the estate’s owner, who will be presenting the wines he produces in Monforte d’Alba.
The strengths he will be making use of to win over the wine public present at the event are crystal clear – hard work and a terroir which is ideal for vines.
These are the two tools which, together with expertise and incessant work, have made Amalia Cascina’s wines some of the best known and best appreciated by the Italian wine critics:
22nd place for Barbera d’Alba 2015 in Guida I Vini d’Italia 2017 of L’Espresso’s 100 best quality/price ratio wines to buy;
a double Corona (crown) for Barolo Le Coste di Monforte 2011 in the Guida Vinibuoni d’Italia 2017;
a Gold Ribbon (over 95 points) for the preview for Barolo Le Coste di Monforte 2012 from Huon Hooke, one of Australia’s most prestigious wine writers and critics;
92/100 from Daniele Cernilli, alias Doctor Wine, at the preview for Barolo Le Coste di Monforte 2012 in Guida Essenziale ai Vini d’Italia 2017.
This Dusseldorf Fair is an opportunity to put ourselves to the test once again with top, selected international tasters in addition to wines:
Barbera d’Alba 2015
Langhe Rossese Bianco 2014
Langhe Nebbiolo 2015
Barolo Le Coste 2012
Langhe Rossese Bianco 2015
Langhe Nebbiolo 2016
Barolo Bussia 2013
Amalia Cascina in Langa will also be present at the international ProWein fair in Dusseldorf in Pavilion 15 – A41 block – stand 64 from Sunday 19th to Tuesday 21st March.